Playing Santa By: H.Y. Hanna


Title:  Playing Santa
Author:  H.Y. Hanna
Publisher:  Wisheart Press
Series:  Summer Beach Vets
Reviewed By:  Arlena Dean
Rating: 5
Review:

"Playing Santa" by H.Y. Hanna

Book Description....

"escape Down Under this Christmas...and find love in Summer Beach, where cold noses touch warm hearts! Holly stopped believing in Santa Claus long ago... until a house-sitting vacation in Australia rekindles the magic of Christmas. When she rescues a litter of abandoned puppies and meets a handsome veterinarian who captures her heart, she finds herself tempted to give up everything for a chance at love.

The last thing billionaire Dr Nick Forrester expected when helping out at the animal hospital was to meet this pretty American. He knows that they belong together - but with malicious gossip and culture clash coming between them, can he convince Holly that all he wants for Christmas is her?

* EACH NOVELLA CAN BE READ AS A STANDALONE, or read them in order for more fun! Characters you loved from past books often return to delight again in this sweet romance series set in Summer Beach, Australia.

- Playing for Love (Summer Beach Vets #1) ~ Sara & Craig
- Playing to Win (Summer Beach Vets #2) ~ Ellie & Dan
- Playing by Heart (Summer Beach Vets #3) ~ Pippa & Matt
- Playing the Fool (Summer Beach Vets #4) ~ Charlie & Todd
- Playing Santa (Summer Beach Vets Christmas Special) ~ Holly & Nick"

What I liked about the novel....

This was a real sweet romantic holiday read.  I liked both of the two main  characters Holly and Nick.
The thought that puppies brought these two  together was just perfect in this story line.  In the end seeing Holly finally getting a great life at  new place, a new friend and oh yes a new puppy presented a very good read.  Would I recommend "Summer Beach Vets Christmas Special" for a holiday read?....YES!
















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